We need help with a lvl error

edlistpaneview.cpp (923) :  MESSAGE: 2516: Tue Apr  2 15:08:24 LVL_ERROR--ERROR: EdListUIReadViewMode: Could not be able to read xml fragment

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Thank you for posting, handyman.

I can help you with resolving the error you've encountered.

Can you share us more information about the LVL error that you've encountered? That will surely help us resolve this issue. 

You may also check this article for detailed guidance about data damage errors in QuickBooks and on how to get this resolved: Top data damage errors in QuickBooks Desktop.

However, if you wish to communicate to our chat agents, I suggest reaching back to them. You can check this article for more information: Contact the QuickBooks Desktop Customer Support Team.

That should get you in the right direction. If you have any other questions or would like me to clarify anything else in resolving this error, let me know by leaving a comment below. I'm always glad to help in any way I can.​ Enjoy the rest of the week. 

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